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24 February 2018

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention. This time we look at James Nachtwey, Al Bello, emotion and ProGrade Digital.

  • In a Time magazine special report on the Opiod crisis, photographer James Nachtwey sheds some light on a dark subject.
  • In A Winter Games Photographer Explains How He Captures Amazing Olympics Moments, Nick Greene asks Getty Olympic Games photographer Al Bello, "How'd you get that photo?" Bello answers, "Experience comes in handy. Anticipation and concentration are key."
  • Ming Thein muses On Emotion and Images, conflating emotion with the irrational that defies explanation. Which kind of takes the fun out of it, frankly.
  • ProGrade Digital has announced a new line of memory products for high-end DLSRs, camcorders and digital cinema cameras that will be offered in a variety of formats and capacities. The company will also offer its own card readers, starting with a CFast and SD Dual Slot Workflow Reader with a USB 3.0, Gen. 2 transfer protocol. ProGrade Digital said it will start shipping later this month.

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